Fraud job syndicate cheats man of Rs 80k

 On the pretext of providing foreign jobs, a fraud syndicate near IGI Airport cheated a man of Rs 80,000 after promising him a job in a Canada-based hotel.

The organised job syndicate also provides offer letters to job seekers and conducts medical examinations to gain their faith.

According to the FIR, Mahesh B, who is a resident of Kerala, complained that a few days ago his 
friend Shihab gave him the contact number of Abdul <g data-gr-id="34">Hakkim</g> who used to send people aboard for jobs. Mahesh, who was also looking for a job, contacted Abdul Hakkim over the phone. The accused <g data-gr-id="35">Hakkim</g> asked him to come to Delhi for further communication. Mahesh reached Delhi on June 8 by flight at the domestic airport. Soon after he reached Delhi he contacted <g data-gr-id="36">Hakkim</g> who sent one of his associates with a taxi to pick him up from the airport. Later <g data-gr-id="38">Hakkim’s</g> man took him to hotel Blue Heaven guest house. On June 9 he sent one auto to the hotel which took him to the consultancy office of Abdul <g data-gr-id="39">Hakkim</g>.

Thereafter, Mahesh paid Rs 10,500 to the accused for medical tests and his tests were conducted in the lab. On June 10 the accused again called Mahesh at his office and gave the contract letter of Maddison Quebec hotel of Canada and again asked him to pay Rs 80,000 for air ticket and visa processing fees. While Mahesh paid only Rs 20,000, his brother deposited Rs 49,000 to his account.
Later, when Mahesh enquired one of his friends in Canada to enquire about this hotel he got to know that there is no such hotel in Quebec. Then he realised that has been cheated by the accused.
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